Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Table for Two with a Seat for You! Day 20 of #jan30in30 - SOLD!

8"x6" oil on linen mounted on archival panel

She's waiting for you, come on! Could be your friend, or more? A nice seat in the shade on a sunny day, what else is blooming besides the flowers? 

Art has the ability to transport us, jump-start our imaginations, bring those emotions bubbling to the surface...I know I'm always glad it's a big part of my life.  
So yes, I am behind in the 30in30. Two paintings I've completed are related to a commission that is a birthday gift & can't yet be revealed...so I'm actually up to day 18. So...It's possible that I'll catch up. 

Feeling pretty lucky though, I've definitely had my guardian angels following me, earning their wings. Sunday morning I was in the middle of (and survived) a 22 (yes, that's twenty-two) car pile-up here in New London, on the way to choir before church. It could have been worse. Black ice is the worst nightmare. This Florida girl is officially homesick for warm weather where ice is in your tea and not your highway!! 

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Blogger Deborah Burow said...

Hi, Roxanne. Beautiful painting. Car accident and all and you still got the painting our for day 18! Good for you. I have tried to do the 30 in 30. Also behind, also a birthday gift, 2 paintings due by Friday! But have enjoyed and benefited much from doing the tiny arts. For some reason it gave a lot of "permission" to do whatever I wanted without thinking about the selling or viewer a appeal. Very good and freeing for me. Love your work and look forward to each one.

January 21, 2015 at 6:47 AM  
Blogger Roxanne Steed said...

Thanks for your kind words, Deborah! Yes, this 30in30 series does seem to allow me to paint "whatever" suits my fancy that day...and throw in a little experimentation as well!Happy painting!

January 22, 2015 at 8:22 PM  

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